reimpose


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reimpose

(ˌriːɪmˈpəʊz)
vb (tr)
to establish previously imposed laws, controls, etc, again
ˌreimpoˈsition n

reimpose


Past participle: reimposed
Gerund: reimposing

Imperative
reimpose
reimpose
Present
I reimpose
you reimpose
he/she/it reimposes
we reimpose
you reimpose
they reimpose
Preterite
I reimposed
you reimposed
he/she/it reimposed
we reimposed
you reimposed
they reimposed
Present Continuous
I am reimposing
you are reimposing
he/she/it is reimposing
we are reimposing
you are reimposing
they are reimposing
Present Perfect
I have reimposed
you have reimposed
he/she/it has reimposed
we have reimposed
you have reimposed
they have reimposed
Past Continuous
I was reimposing
you were reimposing
he/she/it was reimposing
we were reimposing
you were reimposing
they were reimposing
Past Perfect
I had reimposed
you had reimposed
he/she/it had reimposed
we had reimposed
you had reimposed
they had reimposed
Future
I will reimpose
you will reimpose
he/she/it will reimpose
we will reimpose
you will reimpose
they will reimpose
Future Perfect
I will have reimposed
you will have reimposed
he/she/it will have reimposed
we will have reimposed
you will have reimposed
they will have reimposed
Future Continuous
I will be reimposing
you will be reimposing
he/she/it will be reimposing
we will be reimposing
you will be reimposing
they will be reimposing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reimposing
you have been reimposing
he/she/it has been reimposing
we have been reimposing
you have been reimposing
they have been reimposing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reimposing
you will have been reimposing
he/she/it will have been reimposing
we will have been reimposing
you will have been reimposing
they will have been reimposing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reimposing
you had been reimposing
he/she/it had been reimposing
we had been reimposing
you had been reimposing
they had been reimposing
Conditional
I would reimpose
you would reimpose
he/she/it would reimpose
we would reimpose
you would reimpose
they would reimpose
Past Conditional
I would have reimposed
you would have reimposed
he/she/it would have reimposed
we would have reimposed
you would have reimposed
they would have reimposed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reimpose - impose anew; "The fine was reimposed"
levy, impose - impose and collect; "levy a fine"
Translations

reimpose

[ˈriːɪmˈpəʊz] VTvolver a imponer, reimponer

reimpose

vt task, conditionsneu aufzwingen or auferlegen (form)(on sb jdm); sanctions, fineerneut verhängen (on gegen); one’s will, authorityerneut aufzwingen (on sb jdm); to reimpose a tax on somethingetw erneut besteuern
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